By Henry Giroux
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This primal wound forces our lives to become dominated by the desperate unconscious avoidance of nonbeing, and the equally desperate search for a sense of being untouched by this wounding. While the sources of the wound may be hidden and difficult to recognize, it may well be worth searching for these sources when dealing with self-destructive addictions, compulsions, or attachments in our lives. And as stated in the introduction, it is only in the past couple of decades that this hidden realm of wounding is fully revealing itself.
In looking for the common denominator or underlying theme of all these experiences, one can sense some core experience involving the extinction of individual selfhood. For example, if I feel ''shameful'' and "guilty," or "wimpy" and "powerless," I am in a vulnerable position that might eventually lead to my destruction. Or if I am feeling "worthless, unloved, and wrong," I feel like someone who can be eradicated. And of course, feeling "disintegration," "lack of existence," "invisibility," or "nonbeing" even more directly implies that I am passing out of existence.
The existential psychologist's strong focus on the "I am" experience underpinning personal authenticity, courage, and choice. Here there is also a concern with fully engaging issues of non-being, meaning, and anxiety. The approaches to human behavior developed in the field of cognitive-behavioral therapy, which provide clear conceptual models and practical methods for empowering the person to change problematic attitudes and behavior. The appreciation for human psychological health, self-actualization, and "the farther reaches of human nature," found in humanistic psychology.